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  • The Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe

Unit set of 5: The Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe cards

NZ$295.00
Product code: 137

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Unit set of 5 decks of The Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe cards


This easy to use New Zealand 34-card Maori Oracle deck and 80 page guide works directly with the extraordinary intelligence and primordial powers of nature. The Maori Oracle cards use ancient archetypal symbols to provide inspiration, magical insight, guidance and spiritual wisdom.


With the Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe© you can now access the powerful spiritual wisdom of the fairy folk of Aotearoa, New Zealand.

The Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe© makes available for the first time the original sacred oracular taonga – treasure, that the patupaiarehe – the fairy folk of Aotearoa, New Zealand shared with Nga Potiki and Nga-Uri-a-Maui – the ancient people.

WHEN TO USE:

When you need direction, reassurance or answers to questions in your life, you can employ the use of the oracle to reconnect with your own inner knowing and your own divinity or to make your own direct link to spirit.

WHERE TO USE:

The Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe© card deck can be used anywhere at any time. They can be used at home, at work, while traveling or with friends.

HOW TO USE:

Use as an oracle. Meditate with the Fairy Oracle of the Patupaiarehe© as a spiritual tool. Use for inspiration and insight. Use to bring focus or insight to the coming week. To understand a person or situation.

 

DECLARATION OF AUTHENTICITY

The sacred karakia (prayer) used in the making of this rongoa mo te wairua (medicine for the Spirit) are 1000’s of years old. Used by the ancient indigenous people of Aotearoa who worked with vibrational energy to influence nature. Made in the pure tradition of the New Zealand tohunga, medicine man, woman or shaman their origin goes back to a time when humanity lived in harmony with the powerful forces of nature.